The Current Input Timing Is Not Supported by the Monitor Display in Windows 10 Fix

When a screen can’t synchronize itself with the signal that it is receiving it throws up an error text – ‘The current input timing is not supported by the monitor display’. This problem usually happens either if you are wrong cable connection or the display is set to a higher refresh rate or allowed resolution rate. Just follow these easy instructions to fix the issue on your computer.


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Fix 1 – Boot into safe mode and modify resolution scale

At first, restart your computer in safe mode and then adjust the resolution on your system.

STEP 1  BOOT INTO SAFE MODE

1. At first press the power button for a few seconds to shut down your computer.

2. Once it shuts down, start up your system.

When the manufacturer logo appears on your monitor, press-hold the power button for 5 secs to completely switch off your device.

3. Keep repeating this process of start-force shutdown-start at least 3 times.

At 4th time let your computer start normally.

Your windows will boot into the Automatic Repair screen.

4. Then, click on “Advanced options“.

 

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5. Once Windows RE appears, click on the “Troubleshoot“.

 

 

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6. Simply click on “Advanced options“.

 

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7. Then you have to click on the “Startup Settings“.

 

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8. Then, click on “Restart“.

 

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9. Once you are in the Startup settings, press the F4 key to “Enable Safe Mode“.

 

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The desktop will be blackened (no wallpaper). You have booted into the Safe mode.

 

STEP 2 – Adjust desktop resolution

Now you have to adjust the desktop resolution.

1. Press the Windows key+R.

2. After that, type “desk.cpl” and click on “OK“.

 

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3. Once the Display settings appear, click on the drop-down of “Resolution” and set it to the value recommended by your system.

 

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4. After setting the resolution, click on the “Keep changes“.

 

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5. Next, click on the “Advanced display settings“.

 

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6. Choose the optimum ‘refresh rate’ from the drop-down menu of ‘Refresh rate‘.

(You can take the reference from the error message. Usually, 60 Hz is recommended.)

 

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Once you have done changing all these settings, close the Settings window. Restart your computer. It will be back to normal mode again.

Your problem should be solved.

 

Fix 2 – Uninstall the graphics card

Uninstalling the graphics card in safe mode.

1. Open the Windows Recovery Environment by force starting the system (Follow the instructions of Fix 1).

2. Then, click on the “Advanced options“.

 

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3. After that, go this way –

Troubleshoot > Advanced options > Startup settings > Enable Safe mode (press F4)

 

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4. When your computer boots into the safe mode,  press Windows key+X from your keyboard.

5. Then you need to click on the “Device Manager“.

 

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6. You have to expand the section called “Display adapters“.

7. After that, right-click on the graphics driver. Then, click on the “Uninstall device“.

 

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8. If you encounter an additional prompt for confirmation, click on “Uninstall“.

 

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Once the driver is uninstalled from your system, close the Device Manager.

Just restart your computer normally. Once your computer boots up normally, install the latest update of the driver from the manufacturer’s website.

 

Fix 3 – Disable the custom scale factor settings

Some users have reported that the problem is occurring due to the wrong scale factor in display settings.

1. Boot your computer in safe mode following the steps mentioned in the previous fix.

2. After that, press the Windows key+I keys together.

3. When the Settings window appears, click on the “System” settings.

 

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4. Once the System settings appears, on the left-hand side, click on the “Display“.

5. On the right-hand side, in the ‘Scale and Layout’ settings, click on the “Turn off custom scaling and sign out“.

 

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Y0u will be signed out from your current account. Log in to your account and restart your computer normally.

 

Fix 4 – Enable low-resolution mode

If nothing is working out for you, try to enable the low-resolution mode.

1. Open the Windows Recovery Environment again on your computer.

2. When the ‘Automatic Repair’ screen appears, click on “Advanced options“.

 

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3. Then, you need to click on the “Troubleshoot“.

 

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4. Next, click on “Advanced options“.

 

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5. Then you have to click on the “Startup Settings“.

 

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6. To restart your computer, click on the “Restart“.

 

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7. Once you are in the Startup settings, press the F3 key to “Enable low-resolution video“.

 

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This will enable the low-resolution video mode on your computer.

This should fix the issue.

NOTE

You can adjust the display settings to adjust it to the recommended display settings.

1. Open the Settings.

2. Then, click on the “System” settings.

 

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3. Once the Display settings appear, click on the drop-down of “Resolution” and set it to the value recommended by your system.

 

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4. To confirm the resolution settings, click on the “Keep changes“.

 

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This should adjust your screen settings.

 

Fix 5 – Change the connecting cable

If none of the fixes is working out for you, the connecting cable might be the faulty one. Replace the connecting cable with a new one and check further.

Your problem should be solved.

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